date function does not support years higher than 2038, so the
DateTime class was introduced in PHP5 to solve this problem and provide more sophisticated date methods. Iranian users have been using an old
jdate function to convert Gregorian date to the Jalali equivalent, which is completely based on the old php
date function so its pretty much out-dated.
##Requirements jDateTime Requires PHP >= 5.2
Original Jalali to Gregorian (and vice versa) convertor:
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- List of supported timezones
- Documentation and Instructions in Persian
- Project page in phpclasses.org
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